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Location: AFN, 2 rue de Paris

Timetable: Tuesday, 2pm ▶︎▶︎ 4pm (2 hours/week – opening of the course under certain conditions)

Beginning of the course: every first Tuesday of each course (please check courses’ calendar). You can join the class any Tuesday.

Duration of the course: two weeks minimum.

Registration fees: 50 Euros / year

Capacity: 18 students maximum per class

Age: starting from 18 years old (or 16 years old with parental consent)

Proficiency level: A2 speaking level minimum


  1. Learning cuisine and culinary art vocabulary;
  2. Following a recipe;
  3. Understanding restaurant menus;
  4. Learning about French wine;
  5. Increasing your knowledge about French cuisine;
  6. Discovering or rediscovering local specialties made in Nice and in the region;
  7. Applying your knowledge through cooking and tasting together a few dishes.

Syllabus: The content of the workshop is based on themes continuously introduced in class. Please contact us for more information.

Materials and learning activities: The course materials (paper, audio, video) will be provided by the teacher. Activities in class will vary: listening and reading exercises, conversations and speaking, cultural quiz, etc… Activities will be organized both in groups and individually.

When registering to this course, you will gain free access to the Resource Center of the AF de Nice, including movies, music, books and magazines/newspapers. You will also be able to join our event schedule (movie club, city tours, conversation groups, and so on…) Some activities are not included, please check our monthly calendar for more information.

Every Thursday, all year long

1-12 weeks

extra week

40 Euros/week

36 Euros/week

+ extra fee to participate to tastings

All classes last 60 minutes.
(language centers usually offer 45 min classes)

An official certificate can be issued.
This document will assess the nature,
proficiency and duration of your course.

Understanding the Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR)